CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 09, 1999
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Plans for President Clinton to veto the minimum wage bill passed by the Senate reported.
(Atlanta: Byron Pitts) Concerns about the effects of a minimum wage hike examined. [Restaurant manager Jeff BUCKALEW - says prices would rise.] [Economic Policy Institute Jared BERNSTEIN - explains the need for a solid minimum wage.] [Car wash manager Tim MANY - says he would benefit from a pay raise.]
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